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A Case of Auricular Keloid Resulting from Conchal Cartilage Graft in Asian Rhinoplasty

Jang DH, Kim JS

When planning rhinoplasty, there are several options of grafts for augmentation, especially in relatively short and small Asian noses. Among such grafts, conchal cartilage is one of the most commonly...
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Management of keloid scars: noninvasive and invasive treatments

Kim SW

Scars vary from mature linear scars to abnormal excessive scars such as hypertrophic scars and keloid scars. Keloid scars are fibro-proliferative disease entities that reflect an abnormal process of wound...
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Clinical and Epidemiological Study of Ear Keloids: A 10-year Single-Institution Study

Kim CJ, Choi H, Na CH, Shin BS, Kim MS

  • KMID: 2512392
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2021 Jan;59(1):8-14.
Background: Keloids are benign dermal fibrous growths associated with excessive collagen deposition that usually occurs after trauma or surgery. To date, the clinical features and epidemiology of ear keloids have...
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The Effectiveness of Fractional Carbon Dioxide Laser plus Intralesional Triamcinolone Acetonide Compared with Intralesional Triamcinolone Acetonide Monotherapy for the Treatment of Keloid and Hypertrophic Scar: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis

Kim WI, Heo J, Kim S, Cho MK

  • KMID: 2505556
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2020 Aug;58(7):445-452.
Background: Fractional carbon dioxide laser (FCL) has been used to treat keloid and hypertrophic scars as monotherapy or combination therapy, including intralesional triamcinolone acetonide (ITAC). However, whether the combination of...
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Cocktail therapy including bleomycin and verapamil as a promising treatment choice for keloid scars

Park JH, Chang H

Background The treatment of keloids is both challenging and controversial. Until now, there is no definitive treatment modality for keloids. To determine the efficacy and safety of an intralesional cocktail...
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The Study of Ear Keloids by Surgical Excision with Fillet Flap in a Single Institution

Kim CJ, Choi H, Na CH, Shin BS, Kim MS

Background and Objectives Keloids are benign dermal fibrous growth and excessive collagen deposition that occur usually after trauma or surgery. In the treatment of keloids, the recurrence rate is relatively...
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Corneal Keloid Case after Laser-assisted in-situ Keratomileusis Surgery in Korea

Kim JH, Park Y, Cho KJ

Purpose: We report a patient diagnosed with corneal keloid who had laser-assisted in-situ keratomileusis (LASIK). Case summary: A 41-year-old female presented with LASIK 15 years ago. Seven years later, she presented...
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Solitary sclerotic fibroma on the thigh

Kim JH, Shin CH, Kim DC, Paik SY, Lee CK

Sclerotic fibroma is a rare fibrous tumor of the skin associated with Cowden’s disease. In 1989, Rapini described sclerotic fibroma without Cowden’s disease as solitary sclerotic fibroma of the skin....
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An Extradigital Glomus Tumor on the Back, Mimicking a Keloid Scar

Ryu SI, Oh H, Ryu HJ, Son SW, Kim IH, Moon HR

  • KMID: 2454383
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2019 Jul;57(6):349-350.
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Gene Expression in Cultured Keloid Fibroblasts

Kim DH, Kim UK, Choi KH, Park K

  • KMID: 2440723
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2019 Feb;57(2):59-65.
BACKGROUND: Keloids are the result of an overgrowth of dense fibrous tissue. The mechanisms involved in keloid formation remain unknown. OBJECTIVE: To understand the mechanism of keloid formation, differences in gene...
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Clinical efficacy of intermittent magnetic pressure therapy for ear keloid treatment after excision

Jun D, Shin D, Choi H, Lee M

BACKGROUND: Keloids are benign fibro-proliferative lesion, related to excessive inflammatory reactions in certain anatomical areas, including the auricles. Their specific etiology remains unclear; nonetheless they exhibit tumor-like characteristics of significant...
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Rare experience of keloidal dermatofibroma of forehead

Kim JM, Cho HJ, Moon SH

Dermatofibromas most commonly occur on limbs and rarely occur on the face. Dermatofibroma occurring on the face is associated with unusual clinicopathologic features and a more aggressive clinical course in...
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A Case of Dermatofibrosarcoma Protuberans was Misdiagnosed as Keloid of the Anterior Neck

Seo JH, Kim JP, Woo SH

Dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans is a rare type of cancer, a soft tissue sarcoma that develops in the deep layers of skin. It is a locally aggressive tumor with a high recurrence...
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Effects of Topical Tamoxifen on Wound Healing of Burned Skin in Rats

Mehrvarz S, Ebrahimi A, Sahraei H, Bagheri MH, Fazili S, Manoochehry S, Rasouli HR

BACKGROUND: This study aimed to assess the effects of the topical application of tamoxifen on wound healing of burned skin in Wistar rats by evaluating 3 healing characteristics: fibrotic tissue...
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Epidermal Growth Factor (EGF)-Like Repeats and Discoidin I-Like Domains 3 (EDIL3): A Potential New Therapeutic Tool for the Treatment of Keloid Scars

Ryu YH, Lee YJ, Kim KJ, Lee SJ, Han YN, Rhie JW

In keloids, the mechanism underlying the excessive accumulation of extracellular matrix after injury of the skin is unclear, and there is no effective treatment because of the incomplete understanding of...
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Low-Level Light Therapy with 410 nm Light Emitting Diode Suppresses Collagen Synthesis in Human Keloid Fibroblasts: An In Vitro Study

Lee HS, Jung SE, Kim SK, Kim YS, Sohn S, Kim YC

BACKGROUND: Keloids are characterized by excessive collagen deposition in the dermis, in which transforming growth factor β (TGF-β)/Smad signaling plays an important role. Low-level light therapy (LLLT) is reported as...
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V-Y Advancement Flap: Aesthetic Reconstruction for Auriculotemporal Keloid Excision

Seo BF, Ko HS, Kwon H, Jung SN

Keloid scars are commonly found on the ears. Treatment modalities include compression, intralesional steroid injection, and surgical excision with or without radiotherapy, depending on the size and location of the...
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Clinical Analysis of Lobular Keloid after Ear Piercing

Kim HD, Chu SC, Hwang SM, Sun H, Hwang MK, Kim MW, Lee JS

BACKGROUND: Lobular keloid appears to be a consequence of hypertrophic inflammation secondary to ear piercings performed under unsterile conditions. We wish to understand the pathogenesis of lobular keloids and report...
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Expression of AKR1C3 Protein in Human Keloid Skin Tissue

Nam DH, Lee D, Kim CH, Kang SG, Shin HS, Lee YM

BACKGROUND: Keloids are abnormal wound responses that are caused by hyperproliferative growth of connective tissue during the healing process. Recent research findings introduced the roles of reactive oxygen species (ROS)...
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Comparing Two Methods of Cryotherapy and Intense Pulsed Light with Triamcinolone Injection in the Treatment of Keloid and Hypertrophic Scars: A Clinical Trial

Meymandi SS, Moosazadeh M, Rezazadeh A

Objectives Keloid and hypertrophic scars are abnormal manifestations of wounds that occur following skin injuries in the form of local proliferation of fibroblasts and increased production of collagen. There are several...
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